Altitude 230m a.s.l
Pandy Quarry (Hendre Quarry) is historically banned. I have only added this for background reading and to log a couple of ascents.
It is a massive and extremely loose volcanic quarry in the Glyn Ceiriog valley. It was first developed by Bob Conway and members of the Back and Tans in 1970. Later Stuart Cathcart et al added many routes with bolt absails below the rotten band that tops the entire crag. There is however some very good and long climbs to be found on some sound areas of rock.
Access has been historically banned at this site. The owners have frequently made it clear that they do not allow access for climbing . There is also a peregrine nesting site within the quarry and if access is ever negotiated then the site would be subject to a seasonal restriction as well.
The nearby Pandy Outcrop is not restricted.
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